FREE Printables Valentines Day

Tic-Tac-Toe Printable Valentine Cards

Celebrate Valentines Day this February 14th by telling those around you that you care with these super cute, free printable valentine cards. These Tic-Tac-Toe Printable Valentine Cards are perfect for giving to your kids, friends, valentines for classmates, neighbors, and more. They are simple, cute, a little sweet, and low prep. SImply download pdf file with Valentines day cards printable and you are ready to celebrate Valentines day for kids!

Celebrate Valentines Day this February 14th by telling those around you that you care with these super cute, free printable valentine cards. These Tic-Tac-Toe Printable Valentine Cards are perfect for giving to your kids, friends, valentines for classmates, neighbors, and more. They are simple, cute, a little sweet, and low prep. SImply download pdf file with Valentines day cards printable and you are ready to celebrate Valentines day for kids!

Printable Valentine Cards

Spred some love with these valentine cards handmade this year. These super cute printable valentine cards are an easy way to tell your friends and family you care without any fuss. These valentines day cards for kids are perfect because everyone likes playing tic tac toe, especially when candy is involved. These printable candy valentine cards make it super simple for your child to give a simple card to anyone. Whether you celebrate as an adult or not, no judgement, it is fun to celebrate with kids! These Tic Tac Toe Valentine Cards are fun for kids AND adults, so if your kids want to make cards for their family members, this is the one you need!

Free Printable Valentine Cards

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Free Printable Valentine Cards

Free valentine cards

All you need to prep these super cute valentines day cards for kids is:

  • Printable Tic Tac Toe Valentine Card
  • Scissors
  • Single hole punch
  • Writing utensil
  • Candy (we used valentines day hershey kisses) or other small game pieces

Kids Valentine Cards

We printed out the tags and I cut them apart. There are four to a page, so depending on how many you need – print that many pages.

Next write your child’s name in the from section.

Valentines day cards printable

Valentine cards handmade

Punch a single hole somewhere on the tag. It doesn’t matter much, as long as it is on an edge.  Grab your candy and tie the tag to the container and you’re all done. 

How easy, right? These are super cute for friends, family or even a classroom Valentine’s Day gift.  Kids and adults both will love recieving this Tic Tac Toe Valentine Card and playing the classic game for days and days, or until the candy is gone. 

Valentines day cards for kids

Any small candy will work for the game. If you don’t get candy that is already in a container, a small bag or plastic container would work great.

If you prefer not to use candy, there are other options: 

  • Mini Erasers 
  • Pom Poms 
  • Heart Stickers 
  • Beads 

 

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Valentines Day Worksheets

Looking for more way to make learning fun during February? Kids will LOVE these Valentine’s Day themed, educational activities. Plus, all of these are free printables.

pre-writing-worksheets-for-Valentines-Day Kids of all ages will love this fun Valentines Math with Conversation Hearts! After you play the fun valentines day heart candy game, you use your filled up candy box to complete these fun Valentines Day math worksheets which include candy heart fractions . With math from counting and graphing to conversation heart fractions, this math activity for valentines day is perfect for toddler, preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, first grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, and 4th grade students. Simply download pdf file with valentines day worksheets and print the pages with the skills that are appropriate for your kids. color by number valentines day worksheets to practie numbers 1-100 as kids color by code

Valentines Day Math

Looking for some fun valentines day math activities, free Valentines day worksheets, and other ideas to learn in February – check these out!

Sneak some Valentines Day Science into your valentines day theme with this fun and easy heart science project. Whether your child is a toddler, preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, or first grader - they will love this simple baking soda experiment with a fun twist for February 14th. So add this Valentines Day Activities for Kids to your plans and make learning FUN! Static electricity balloon experiment salt painting valentines day craft for february

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Valentines day cards printable

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Deanna Hershberger is a work at home mom, coffee obsessed, a diy addict and a Netflix binger. She spends her days playing and making with her daughter and enjoys quiet nights at home with her husband. She shares all of this on her blog Play Dough & Popsicles.

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